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Dan and Suzy

Filed in Wedding — October 26, 2018

It’s not often that I have the opportunity to officiate a wedding during the week, but I really enjoyed marrying Dan and Suzy at Gates of Heaven yesterday. It was a small intimate wedding with 7 guests, but still included a biblical reading, duet, Charge to the Couple, photographer, videographer, and all of the same elements you might see with a large guest list. (Fun fact: every single guest had a role and actively participated during the ceremony.) I have always believed that it doesn’t matter the size of the wedding, it is still a really special day and this delightful couple walked away saying the ceremony was perfect!


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